When sorting files Everything sorts single digit numbers without leading zeros amongst double digit numbers, such as:
In File Explorer under Windows 8 (and IIRC OSX, too) it sorts naturally, from lowest numerical value to highest - in the example above '2' would be sorted under '1'. It would be useful if Everything supported this sorting, as many files don't feature a leading zero.
Secondly I use an Autohotkey script that performs character replacement on the fly, and it has never been compatible with Everything. A few examples of character replacements I use:
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!\::∕ ; forward-slash unicode character
By using the Alt modifier in combination with various hotkeys I'm able to insert unicode characters easily for file names. This works in Explorer, and all other apps except for Everything which doesn't register these and makes file renaming more difficult. Any insight into why this may be would be appreciated.